615 Boll Weevil Circle
Enterprise, AL 36330
Phone: (334) 393-2304
Fax: (334) 347-5954
615 Boll Weevil Circle, Enterprise, AL, US, 36330
- Phone: (334) 393-2304
- Fax: (334) 347-5954
Pack a picnic supper, bring the family and friends and enjoy an evening of great music under the stars in a relaxed, informal setting.
Watch hit, Hollywood movies and enjoy delicious concessions at this traditional cinema.
Centered around the pleasures of Christmas
Visit one of the largest car shows in the Wiregrass Region with approximately 200 cars on display, and models ranging from T models to custom classics. The event takes place each year in early October.
Each Saturday during the month of August, the park will present an informative and fun science program for families.
A multi-purpose venue, where sporting and cultural events take place, the Dothan Civic Center is an excellent place to cheer your favorite team on or catch your rock idol perform on stage. The Dothan Civic Center is equipped with cutting edge amenities such as light and sound system for the sporting and performance based events, kitchen facilities, conference rooms and more. In a nutshell, the Dothan Civic Center is one of the most interesting places to go to when attending an event. For further details do visit their website.
A 30,000 seat stadium, renovated in 2003, is home to Troy University's football team. Visit the website for schedule and ticket information.
One of the finest clubs in the city of Chipley in Florida is the Woman's Club of Chipley. Sharing the block with Chipley City Hall, it was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1997.
The Family 4th Celebration is more fun than ever this year, with an emphasis on good, old-fashioned family fun. Check out the vintage cars in the morning at the area's largest summer antique and collector car club show, hosted by the New South Cruisers. Awards will be given in over 25 categories, and also special awards for best in show. Live entertainment will delight families as two stages provide continual chances to enjoy both local and regional acts. For the kids, there will again be a huge Kids Zone filled with inflatables and water slides, provided courtesy of American Classifieds. New this year will be a late afternoon watermelon-eating contest hosted by Bell Farms, and other old-fashioned games for old and young alike. And for those not wanting to join the competitive eating, there will be food for sale from a variety of vendors. For a break from the heat, do not forget about the indoor arts and crafts fair, located inside the air-conditioned exhibit building. Vendors from around the area will have hand-made and resale merchandise available for sale until dark. Finally, the fireworks will light up the night sky at dark, and will make a nice finale to a fun-filled day. Children 12 and under are admitted free of charge.